Sunday, February 27, 2011

Mel's Weekly Top 20 - February 27

Mel's Weekly Top 20
Week of February 27, 2011.

This WeekTitleArtistLast Week
1 Down By the Water (3rd Week @ #1!) The Decemberists 1
2 Rolling In The Deep Adele 3
3 Price Tag Jessie J 5
4 Stereo Love Edward Maya ft. Vika Jigulina 2
5 Hands The Ting Tings 4
6 Little Lion Man Mumford & Sons 7
7 We R Who We R Ke$ha 8
8 Raise Your Glass P!nk 9
9 I Just Wanna Run The Downtown Fiction 6
10 Born This Way Lady GaGa 12
11 Cement Slippers Dengue Fever 19
12 Let's Go (feat. TobyMac) Group 1 Crew 20
13 Pumped Up Kicks Foster the People 16
14 Rogue Machine (Say That You Need Me) The Daylights 14
15 Your Song Ellie Goulding 15
16 Back To December Taylor Swift 10
17 Grenade Bruno Mars 11
18 We No Speak Americano (Original) Yolanda Be Cool & Dcup 13
19 This Is The Stuff Francesca Battistelli --
20 L.O.V. Fitz & The Tantrums --


The Decemberists hold at #1 for a third week with their hit single, "Down By The Water". The track is taken from their latest album, The King Is Dead.

Adele moves up 1 from #3 to #2 with "Rolling in the Deep". This is the singer's first song to chart on the Weekly Top 20. Also charting for the first time is Jessie J. She leaps moves up 2 from #5 to #3 with her song "Price Tag".

Lady Ga Ga moves into the top 10 going from #12 to #10 with "Born This Way".

Dengue Fever and Group 1 Crew have the fastest moving singles on the chart. Their songs "Cement Slippers" and "Let's Go" (featuring TobyMac) move 8 points from #19 and #20 last week, to #11 and #12 this week. Both songs are certainly top 10 material.

Three former #1 songs are probably spending their last week on the chart. All moving downward, Taylor Swift's "Back to December" slides from #10 to #16; Bruno Mars tumbles from #11 to #17 with "Grenade" and Yolanda Be Cool & Dcup falls from #13 to #18 with "We No Speak Americano". All were #1 songs from earlier this year.

Two debut tracks this week: Contemporary Christian singer Francesca Battistelli checks in at #19 with "This is the Stuff" and Fitz & the Tantrums enter at #20 with a reworked version of "L.O.V."


Here's a live in studio performance of Nikki Yanofsky singing her #1 song "Cool My Heels". The song topped the Weekly Top 20 last year.

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